The first thing noted is the small card presented in an attempt to justify a mandatory tip of 20% added to each bill in 'fairness.' See picture of same. Not that all this mandatory tip directly goes to the server, but is used to offset normal restaurant expense. And, it is not that this store charges ridiculously low prices to justify. One guest ordered what turned out to be a very small piece of fish without any extras for which the charge is $38. Rest of the diners has the equivalent of snacks (soup, sandwich, bruschetta, etc.) that, including the one wine and beer ordered resulted in a total bill for five of $186. My flatbread, Italian sausage flavored, was tasty, but pricey at $16. Could a got a pretty good hand crafted pizza elsewhere for a lot less. Very noisy; impossible to carry on a conversation without yelling yourself hoarse. Place was jammed for a We nite and folks seem to be enjoying themselves, possibly prior to seeing how much they paid for the privilege. Very limited parking in cramped lot.
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